MAINTENANCE MANAGER
ID:
34157RL
Stamford, CT

KEY CAPABILITIES & KNOWLEDGE:
Work with Production, EHS, & Engineering to support continuous improvement activities, develop Reliability Centered Maintenance program to support plant Operations.
Knowledge of chemical manufacturing operations.
Experience with OSHA PSM regulations.
Knowledge of Lean Manufacturing Methods and Continuous Improvement Methods.
Strong verbal and communications skills with the ability to interact effectively with individuals at all levels in an organization.
Ability to troubleshoot processes and equipment.
Knowledge of workplace safety regulations and practices as applied in a chemical manufacturing setting.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Supervisor of multi-discipline team of mechanics, electricians, instrument techs, and contractors to perform preventative maintenance, routine, and emergency repairs.
Utilize and upgrade current CMMS to drive metrics towards a more preventative maintenance focused culture.
Develops and manages KPIs to measure department strategy and goals.
Manage planning, schedules and spare parts management for the department.
Develops department budgets and operates within budgets.
Analyze root cause of equipment failures and plans corrective actions to achieve efficient and consistent production processes.
Provide direction to improve equipment and systems monitoring.
Ensures all operations are carried out in a safe manner in accordance with regulations and company policies and ensures all employees use and follow company requirements for PPE and safety gear.
Ensures cleanliness and good housekeeping standards are met in all work areas.
Ensures compliance with all company policies and procedures, regulations and corporate guidelines on business ethics.
Responsible for staffing, training, and supervision of production employees.
Performs and participates in incident investigations as required.
Participates in emergency response as required and according to training level.
Assists other departments as required to ensure overall performance of the plant.
Ensures all employees are treated fairly and equitably by established and well-communicated guidelines.
Updates Process Safety information data management and MOC systems as replacements are made.
Support all Environmental, Health, and Safety programs, policies, and regulations.
Work with Engineering and Facilities Department to help manage multiple capital improvement projects to support the site goal of increased capital investment and expansions.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:
Knowledge of the general operation of chemical plant processes and auxiliary equipment associated with manufacturing functions.
Knowledge of Maintenance Planning and Scheduling.
Knowledge of Preventative and Predictive Maintenance Programs.
Experience managing personnel and processes through Process Safety Management (PSM).
Knowledge of safety practices and procedures for the handling of hazardous materials.
Knowledge of safety regulations, safe work practices, and safety equipment.
Proficiency in maintaining accurate records, inventory status and control of all plant equipment and trained records.
Ability to read and interpret documents such as plant and equipment drawings, procedures, emergency response manuals, production orders and Material Safety Data Sheets.

REQUIREMENTS:
Degree in Mechanical, Electrical, or Chemical Engineering.
Experience as a Maintenance or Reliability Engineer with supervision.
Excellent computer knowledge including experience working with plant process control systems.
Competent with Microsoft Office, SAP.